It has been far too long since the great director Alfonso Cuarón has graced our screens with one of his films – since “Children of Men” way back in 2006 to be exact – and with this short teaser trailer for his new sci fi flick “Gravity,” we finally get just a little taste of what we have been missing this whole time.
Just watch that trailer below and tell me you aren’t intrigued. Can’t be done, because it looks to awesome to not get your attention. And if you are familiar with “Children of Men,” you know that Cuarón favors these impossibly long one-take shots, which he will apparently be pushing even harder in “Gravity,” with rumors of at least one twenty-minute uninterrupted sequence with no cutaways of edits, and since it looks like most of this thing will be taking place in zero Gs in outer space, one can already imagine the drifting, floating, “weightless” camera work that will be employed throughout.
Just watch this trailer already. And then watch it again. And then start wishing October would get here sooner.